Ale Water Valley
www.alewatervalley.co.uk | Scottish Borders
The Ale Water Valley group wanted to create an online presence to promote the valley and the businesses within. We started by developing the identity for the group, as the location is based around the Ale river we created a logo which focused on the flow of the river through valley. The website provides a clean and responsive solution to promote the beautiful area and businesses who operate in it.
La Petite Folie
www.lapetitefoliechamonix.com | Chamonix, France
The La Petite Folie is a soft play café in Chamonix, Mont-Blanc. They also offer birthday parties and private events. Heather wanted a logo and website design which reflected the energy and fun of kids at play. Most importantly it had to make you smile. By using bright, bold colours and a smiley face we created a brand identity which does this. The website is currently under construction.
Gabriel O’Rorke – Travel Writer…
www.gabrielororke.com | Santiago, Chile
Gabriel needed a modern, clean online presence to promote her travel writing, presenting and social media skills. We designed and developed this website so that she can easily add to her portfolio from where ever she is in the world. The prominant use of social media keeps viewers up to date on the projects she is working on…including her young son.
Floors Castle Horse Trials
www.floorscastlehorsetrials.com| Scottish Borders, Scotland
Floors Castle Horse Trials old website was just a few pages on the ‘Roxburghe Estate’ site. We were asked to design and develop a stand alone Horse Trials website. The main requirements were that it fitted with existing branding, provided and clean and clear online resource for all Horse Trials information and worked responsively on mobile and tablet devices. Use of a count down facility and prominent use of photography were also important to the FCHT team.
Best Intent Marquees
www.bestintentmarquees.co.uk | Scottish Borders, Scotland
Best Intent Marquees is a family run Marquee hire company based in the Scottish Borders. Working with their existing logo we have brought a more ‘personal touch’ to the branding through a clean but friendly website design and printed items.
www.chhs.co.uk | Edinburgh, Scotland
Catherine Hall Hygiene and Safety provides practical, innovative advice and training to keep people safe in their place of business. Catherine is a fun, lively person and she wanted this energy in her branding and website, with an emphasis on ‘fun’ which is not often associated with hygiene and safety. We used fun scenario based illustrations with a before/after slider to brighten up the subject matter on her fully responsive website.
Down to Earth Health
www.downtoearlthhealth.co.uk | Scottish Borders, Scotland
Rosemary Dean runs Down to Earth Health in the Scottish Borders. She offers a range of therapies and treatments to her clients, provided with a friendly and down to earth approach. We wanted to communicate this in her logo, using colours which are important to her treatments and a warm style. We recently added a new booking system to her website.
www.joshdaiek.com | USA
Josh Daiek is a professional Skier and all round thrill seeker. We created a website for him, documenting his various adventures and the amazing photographs which capture them.
www.caseylucassnow.com | USA
Casey Lucas is a snowboarder and outdoor enthusiast. Her website allows her to keep an online diary and portfolio of her life, on a snowboard, mountain bike, modelling or just enjoying the outdoors.
Ian Stark Equestrian Centre
www.ianstarkequestriancentre.co.uk | Scottish Borders, Scotland
The Ian Stark Equestrian Centre has been open since 2013. Run by Jenny and Ian Stark the centre offers riding lessons and expansive hacking and trekking – taking over the reins from Dryden Riding Centre, which Jenny started 40 years ago. They needed a new look to go with the new international standard facility. We worked closely with the Stark family to create a logo and website which fitted their creative vision and provided the functionality they required while running the centre. We ended up settling on the iconic silhouette of Ian riding his famous horse, Murphy Himself, which epitomizes the partnership between horse and rider.